"Mere lapsed" - Koit Toome
"I wonder if the new world will be good darling - if there will be rain, wind or sunshine"
The Estonian Final was held on January 24th at the ETV TV studios in Tallinn, hosted by Anu Välba & Marko Reikop. The winner was chosen by an international "expert" jury.
|1||Mere lapsed||Children of the sea||Koit Toome||97||
|2||Kristallid||Crystals||Kaire Vilgats & Lauri Liiv||47||
|3||Tulepuuhuulte luule||Poetry from the lips of the fire tree||Kate||79||
|4||Unistus igavesest päevast||A dream about an eternal day||Evelin Samuel||94||
|5||Säravad tähed||Sparkling stars||Rumal Noorkuu||65||
|6||Mõni mägi||Any mountain||Tõnis Mägi||36||
|7||Tagareas||In the backrow||Siiri Sisask||53||
|8||Viimne valge kuu||The last bright moon||Janika Sillamaa||69||
|9||Maailm kahele||World for two||Mona & Karl Madis||42||
|10||Andesta||Forgive me||Evelin Samuel & Ivo Linna||56||
Koit Toome previously came equal 3rd in the 1997 Estonian Final as part of the duo 'Code One'. At the ESC, he was 12th. Evelin Samuel was a backing singer for Estonia in ESC 1997. Janika Sillamaa represented Estonia in the 1993 preselection. Karl Madis was a backing singer for Estonia in ESC 1994. Ivo Linna represented Estonia in the 1996 ESC.
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